Featured Story

College Bowl Season Set To Begin, Including New Game In Montgomery

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 19 / 14

The ’14-15 college bowl season kicks off tomorrow with five games. Financial documents filed this summer by New Orleans Bowl Inc. indicated that last year's R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl generated $3.77M in revenue, with 58% of that via ticket sales. Last year's game drew its third straigh...

Read More

More Stories

03/12/96
IRSAY SAYS COLTS NAME NOT FOR SALE, UNLESS ...

Colts President Jim Irsay said yesterday he does not foresee his team selling the name "Colts" to Baltimore NFL Owner Art Modell, according to Vito Stellino of the Baltimore SUN. Irsay said his "gut f

Tags: Franchises, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, NFL

03/12/96
ALL-IN-ALL IT'S MORE MONEY ON PADRES' RIGHT FIELD WALL

The Padres unveiled their new 79-foot-long, 9 1/2 foot-high scoreboard, which will be attached to the 17 1/2 foot-wall in right field. The new space will enable the team to provide more game data, and

Tags: Franchises, San Diego Padres

03/12/96
NFL ENTICES TAMPA WITH SUPER BOWL CARROT

If Tampa can "get a stadium built quickly and have everything else in order" soon, the city has been told by the NFL it could host Super Bowl XXXIII in ''99, according to the TAMPA TRIBUNE. The game h

Tags: Franchises, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

03/12/96
CFL'S B.C. LIONS SOLD; NFL CALLED A "VARIABLE" TO DEAL

Bill Comrie sold the B.C. Lions to a group of local investors headed by Nelson Skalbania, with current club President Doug Bodie saying the possibility of an NFL expansion to Vancouver "raised the sta

Tags: CFL, Detroit Lions, Franchises, NFL

03/12/96
STORY TIME: SEAHAWKS TELL OWNERS OF KINGDOME'S FAULTS

The Seahawks made a presentation to NFL owners yesterday in an attempt to convince them that "the dispute over safety" of the Kingdome "transcends the debate" over whether owner Ken Behring should be

Tags: Denver Broncos, Franchises, NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Vulcan Ventures

03/12/96
RANKIN SMITH LIKELY TO LEAVE FALCONS TO FAMILY

Falcons Owner Rankin Smith said yesterday he has considered selling the team, but he "emphasized an ownership change is not imminent and that there never have been serious discussions with potential b

Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Franchises, NFL

03/12/96
DEVOS FAMILY LOOKS TO CORNER THE MARKET ON IHL TEAMS

The IHL K.C. Blades have been sold by Russ Parker to Dan DeVos, who also serves as President & CEO of the IHL''s Grand Rapids franchise that begins play next season, according to this morning''s K.C.

Tags: AEG, Chicago Bears, Colorado Rapids, Franchises, NBA, Orlando Magic, RDV Sports

03/12/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

The Louisiana IceGators, a first-year ECHL franchise, lead the league with attendance close to 10,000 a game and 17 sellouts in 18 games. Gators fan Malcolm Thibodaux: "It''s the biggest thing that''s

Tags: Cleveland Indians, ECHL, Franchises, Canucks Sports and Entertainment, Palace Sports & Entertainment, Tampa Bay Lightning, Vancouver Canucks

03/11/96
BUCS TOLD TO STAY AWAY FROM CLEVELAND AT PRE-LEAGUE MEETING

During a two-and-a-half 1/2 hour closed-door session between team and NFL officials Saturday, the Bucs were told to "keep their hands off" Cleveland and "continue efforts" to secure a new stadium in T

Tags: Franchises, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

03/11/96
"STEAMERS" JOINS THE FRAY IN BALTIMORE NAME GAME

Baltimore''s NFL team has come up with two new possible names for the franchise, the "Railers" and "Steamers," according to Jon Morgan of the Baltimore SUN. Those names join "Bombers," "Marauders" and

Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Franchises, NFL

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug